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Mass Effect: Andromeda Getting a Beta on Consoles, Here’s How to Sign Up

delayed, 2017

No word for PC yet.

EA and BioWare released a ton of news and details on Mass Effect: Andromeda today, celebrating the annual N7 Day. Aside from the new trailer, multiplayer details, and deluxe editions, the companies also revealed that there will be a beta for the PS4 and Xbox One, and players can sign up for it now.

You’ll have to sign up for the beta through BioWare’s website, but do note that you’ll need to have an EA account, and you’ll also have to connect it to your PSN or Xbox Live account. After that, you’ll have to complete a lengthy survey form before your registration is finally confirmed for the beta.


Participants will get to take part in the game’s multiplayer segment, and provide early feedback to the development team so further changes and adjustments can be made. No release date for the beta has been confirmed yet. The beta also does not seem to be coming to PC.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is set to be released for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC some time in spring 2017.

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